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Joyanne Bracewell , QC, is sworn in as a High Court judge. She talks to Jenni Murray. Serial: Dora by Polly Devlin. The tenth of 13 episodes read by Maggie Shevlin. Abridged by Sally Skrimshire Editor Clare Selerie-Grey

Contributors

Unknown:
Joyanne Bracewell
Unknown:
Jenni Murray.
Unknown:
Polly Devlin.
Read By:
Maggie Shevlin.
Abridged By:
Sally Skrimshire
Editor:
Clare Selerie-Grey

The 1974 production of The Balkan Trilogy by Olivia Manning adapted in three parts. At the outbreak of the Second World War, university lecturer
Guy Pringle travels to
Romania with his new wife. 1: The Great Fortune
Dramatised by Eric Ewens
Director John Tydeman. Stereo (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Olivia Manning
Unknown:
Guy Pringle
Dramatised By:
Eric Ewens
Director:
John Tydeman.
Harriet:
Anna Massey
Guy:
Jack Shepherd
Yakimov:
Aubrey Woods
Clarence:
John Rye
Inchcape:
Manning Wilson
Sophie:
Magdalene Buznea
Galpin:
Hector Ross
Dobson:
Stephen Thorne
Bella:
Kate Coleridge
David Boyd:
David Timson

Blues for
Daniel Charlie receives a dreaded summons by phone from his brother Danny in Canada. It's the beginning of a long journey for Charlie - both physically and mentally. Written by Chris Hawes.
With Richard Cole ,
Chris Hawes , Keith Ladd , Sharon Muircroft ,
Fenella Norman and Peter Wheeler.
Music Tom Steer
Director Kay Patrick. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown:
Daniel Charlie
Written By:
Chris Hawes.
Unknown:
Richard Cole
Unknown:
Chris Hawes
Unknown:
Keith Ladd
Unknown:
Sharon Muircroft
Unknown:
Fenella Norman
Unknown:
Peter Wheeler.
Music:
Tom Steer
Director:
Kay Patrick.
Charlie:
Nigel Anthony
Daniel:
Christian Rodska
Francis Gabriel:
Peter Marinker
Danny as a boy:
Michael Turner
Charlie as a boy:
Karl Anthony Bonworth

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